InsightFD Key Customer Benefits – Automatic & Efficient Forest Fire Detection

InsightFD Key Customer Benefits – Automatic & Efficient Forest Fire Detection

“In addition to cameras and sensors, artificial intelligence (AI) is another technology that merits rapid adoption for fire prevention, detection, and suppression.” – Independent Institute1 Fast & Accurate Dual-Sensor Our LWIR detection is fast (as small as 2 m2 flame at 5 km). Accurately detect fire occurrence by dual-detection (visual &…
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InsightFD Key Customer Benefits – Fast & Accurate Wildfire Detection

InsightFD Key Customer Benefits – Fast & Accurate Wildfire Detection

“If the ignition is detected immediately, it can be extinguished with little expended resources or loss of life.” – WUI Operational Requirements and Capability Analysis – Report of Findings, US government1. Fast & Accurate Dual-Sensor Our LWIR detection is fast (as small as 2 m2 flame at 5 km). Accurately detect…
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Has Environmental supports MoEF to reduce forest and land fires in Indonesia

Has Environmental supports MoEF to reduce forest and land fires in Indonesia

Figure 1: An InsightFD early forest and land fire detection robot in Kalimantan Has Environmental supports MoEF, Ministry of Environment and Forestry (Indonesia: Kementerian Lingkungan Hidup dan Kehutanan), to deploy InsightFD early fire detection systems across the country to reduce forest and land fire in Indonesia. According to data from…
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InsightFD forest fire detection in Nevado de Toluca, Mexico

InsightFD forest fire detection in Nevado de Toluca, Mexico

Robotics Galu brought to Mexico devices that detect conflagrations as small as 2m2 in size. Figure 1: Dr Fernando Aranda, Director of Robotics Galu, explained how the InsightFD wildfire detection robots work. In the face of the rising wave of forest fires, Robotics Galu installed a device, which can detect…
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Carbon and Carbon Dioxide Emissions from Active Fires of Upper ASEAN and Thailand

Carbon and Carbon Dioxide Emissions from Active Fires of Upper ASEAN and Thailand

Carbon and Carbon Dioxide Emissions from Active Fires Detected by MODIS during January-April from 2003-2019 of Upper ASEAN and ThailandClimate change, population growth, and economic development are leading to increase in both man-made and natural disasters.  Wildland fires and open burning are factors to create carbon-related greenhouse gases concentration in…
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Overview of Forest Fire in Thailand – Part II

Overview of Forest Fire in Thailand – Part II

Wildfires (or bushfires in Australia or forest fire in Southeast Asia) are fires that are burning vegetation freely in the wild in an uncontrollable manner raging across the landscape.  To have a fire, the triangle of fire needs to be perfectly met which are heat, fuel and oxygen, without one,…
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Overview of Forest Fire in Thailand

Overview of Forest Fire in Thailand

Figure 1 Fire in Peat Swamp Forest Thailand is centrally located in the Indochina Peninsular between 5° 40’ and 20° 30’ North latitudes and 90° 70’ and 105° 45’ East longitudes covering an area of 513,115 sq km (Figure 2) which is characterized by a monsoon climate.  It has two…
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InsightFDs protect the “Emerald of the Equator”

InsightFDs protect the “Emerald of the Equator”

Indonesia, a beautiful country that is known as the Emerald of the Equator due to its vast area of wild forest spread across the country. As of 2010, 73% of Indonesia, about 137 million hectares, was natural forest cover1. Several endemic species of animal and plantation also can only be…
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